It turns out that Elizabeth Taylor had a few more jewels to be auctioned off.
Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Julien Auctions, which specializes in celebrity memorabilia, will auction off two of the noted actress and jewelry collector’s pieces in October.
Among the items scheduled to go up for bids is an 18k yellow gold necklace and earring set signed Zorab that features citrine and peridot. It has a $10,000 to $15,000 estimate.
18k yellow gold necklace and earring set featuring citrine and peridot (Photos courtesy of Julien Auctions)
Another item is a bracelet Taylor wore in the movie Cleopatra, with five dangling lotus blossoms on chain and beaded fringes, and a clasp opening. Its estimate is $1,000 to $2,000.
Five dangling lotus blossoms on chain and beaded fringes
The auction also will include the headdress Taylor wore in Cleopatra. According to Reuters, the items were the property of an unidentified former employee of Taylor’s.
In December 2011, the auction of Taylor’s jewels at Christie’s set numerous records.